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'''Master Flying Rhino's Armor''' is a large set of rhino armor modeled specifically for its owner, [[Flying Rhino|Master Flying Rhino]]. The armor has deteriorated some from one single battle, with visible scars scratched across it. It [[File:RhinoArmor.PNG|right|300px]]currently stands on display within the [[Hall of Warriors]].
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'''Master Flying Rhino's Armor''' is a large set of rhino armor modeled specifically for its owner, [[Flying Rhino|Master Flying Rhino]]. The armor has deteriorated some from one single battle, with visible scars scratched across it. It currently stands on display within the [[Hall of Warriors]].
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
==Background==
 
==Background==

Revision as of 22:36, January 31, 2012

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(gasp) Master Flying Rhino's armor. With authentic battle damage!
  Po while exploring the Hall of Warriors, Kung Fu Panda  

Master Flying Rhino's Armor is a large set of rhino armor modeled specifically for its owner, Master Flying Rhino. The armor has deteriorated some from one single battle, with visible scars scratched across it. It currently stands on display within the Hall of Warriors.

Background

"Said to have been worn only once in his bloodiest battle against the warriors of the Guangdong Province, the armor of legendary Master Flying Rhino bears the scars of the stealthy lizard assassins' spinning butterfly knives (they were the only warriors to get close enough to make a mark)."[1]

History

In Kung Fu Panda

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Po admiring the armor

After Po was declared the Dragon Warrior, he was carried to the Hall of Warriors to meet with Master Shifu. Before he did so, he gawked at the historical artifacts on display in the sacred hall. The first he looked at was Master Flying Rhino's armor, commenting on its "authentic battle damage" (referring to the scratches).

References

  1. Kung Fu Panda Official Site - The Jade Palace (old version; retrieved July 29th, 2010)
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